Bring back the ethnic parish

Codd, Kevin
September 1998
Commonweal;09/11/98, Vol. 125 Issue 15, p23
Focuses on racial tensions in Catholic parishes. How the tension is reflected over the Mass; Discussion on the ethic parishes; Views on ethnic parishes.


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